I am a physician and bought these to get me through Covid - to have slip ons I could leave by the door after being in the hospital all day. I thought they would be dressy enough to look good. They scuffed incredibly easily and the color wore off very quickly, making them looks shabby in short order. Clarks sells no polish in the color I ordered (dark tan), and when I asked them via customer service e-mail what color from some prominent shoe polish makers I should use, they never responded. It is clear that this is a company that views its shoes as wear and then throw away, rather than shoes that will last a while. They can't even be bothered to recommend the proper polish to keep them going!! At around a hundred bucks I didn't expect a lot, and even with that low bar these shoes are a disappointment. They are about three month shoes. at best. And that is a bad investment. Do yourself a favor, spend 400 on shoes that will last 10 years before needing even refurbishment (and they can then be refurbished). Do the math, 400 for 10 years is 40 bucks a year. These terrible shoes are 90 bucks for about 6 months, so 180 a year. No brainer.